Opioid use disorder from poppy seed tea successfully treated with buprenorphine in primary care: a case report
CONCLUSIONS: PST, which can be made through purchase of readily available poppy pods, carries risk for development of OUD and overdose. Herein we highlight the utility of a primary care opioid prescribing support team in empowering a primary care provider to prescribe BUP to treat a patient with complex OUD.PMID:34861895 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00280-4 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - December 4, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Scott Hagan Carol E Achtmeyer Carly Hood Eric J Hawkins Emily C Williams Source Type: research

Opioid use disorder from poppy seed tea successfully treated with buprenorphine in primary care: a case report
CONCLUSIONS: PST, which can be made through purchase of readily available poppy pods, carries risk for development of OUD and overdose. Herein we highlight the utility of a primary care opioid prescribing support team in empowering a primary care provider to prescribe BUP to treat a patient with complex OUD.PMID:34861895 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00280-4 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - December 4, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Scott Hagan Carol E Achtmeyer Carly Hood Eric J Hawkins Emily C Williams Source Type: research

A systematic review of GWAS identified SNPs associated with outcomes of medications for opioid use disorder
CONCLUSION: The results from this systematic review will aid in highlighting significant genetic variants that can be replicated in future OUD pharmacogenetics research to ascertain their role in patient-specific MOUD outcomes. Systematic review registration number CRD42020169121.PMID:34838141 | PMC:PMC8627063 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00278-y (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 28, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Caroul Chawar Alannah Hillmer Stephanie Sanger Alessia D'Elia Balpreet Panesar Lucy Guan Dave Xiaofei Xie Nandini Bansal Aamna Abdullah Flavio Kapczinski Guillaume Pare Lehana Thabane Zainab Samaan Source Type: research

A systematic review of GWAS identified SNPs associated with outcomes of medications for opioid use disorder
CONCLUSION: The results from this systematic review will aid in highlighting significant genetic variants that can be replicated in future OUD pharmacogenetics research to ascertain their role in patient-specific MOUD outcomes. Systematic review registration number CRD42020169121.PMID:34838141 | PMC:PMC8627063 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00278-y (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 28, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Caroul Chawar Alannah Hillmer Stephanie Sanger Alessia D'Elia Balpreet Panesar Lucy Guan Dave Xiaofei Xie Nandini Bansal Aamna Abdullah Flavio Kapczinski Guillaume Pare Lehana Thabane Zainab Samaan Source Type: research

A systematic review of GWAS identified SNPs associated with outcomes of medications for opioid use disorder
CONCLUSION: The results from this systematic review will aid in highlighting significant genetic variants that can be replicated in future OUD pharmacogenetics research to ascertain their role in patient-specific MOUD outcomes. Systematic review registration number CRD42020169121.PMID:34838141 | PMC:PMC8627063 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00278-y (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 28, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Caroul Chawar Alannah Hillmer Stephanie Sanger Alessia D'Elia Balpreet Panesar Lucy Guan Dave Xiaofei Xie Nandini Bansal Aamna Abdullah Flavio Kapczinski Guillaume Pare Lehana Thabane Zainab Samaan Source Type: research

A systematic review of GWAS identified SNPs associated with outcomes of medications for opioid use disorder
CONCLUSION: The results from this systematic review will aid in highlighting significant genetic variants that can be replicated in future OUD pharmacogenetics research to ascertain their role in patient-specific MOUD outcomes. Systematic review registration number CRD42020169121.PMID:34838141 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00278-y (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 28, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Caroul Chawar Alannah Hillmer Stephanie Sanger Alessia D'Elia Balpreet Panesar Lucy Guan Dave Xiaofei Xie Nandini Bansal Aamna Abdullah Flavio Kapczinski Guillaume Pare Lehana Thabane Zainab Samaan Source Type: research

A systematic review of GWAS identified SNPs associated with outcomes of medications for opioid use disorder
CONCLUSION: The results from this systematic review will aid in highlighting significant genetic variants that can be replicated in future OUD pharmacogenetics research to ascertain their role in patient-specific MOUD outcomes. Systematic review registration number CRD42020169121.PMID:34838141 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00278-y (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 28, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Caroul Chawar Alannah Hillmer Stephanie Sanger Alessia D'Elia Balpreet Panesar Lucy Guan Dave Xiaofei Xie Nandini Bansal Aamna Abdullah Flavio Kapczinski Guillaume Pare Lehana Thabane Zainab Samaan Source Type: research

The validation and reliability of a Japanese version of the Problematic Online Gaming Questionnaire (POGQ-J)
This study translated the POGQ into Japanese (POGQ-J) and examined the POGQ-J's factor structure, validity, and reliability for a Japanese population.METHOD: A total of 285 undergraduate students (128 males, 157 females, Mage = 19.66, SD = 1.36) participated in this study.RESULTS: A confirmatory factor analysis indicated the appropriateness of the POGQ-J's six-factor structure, χ2(129) = 106.027, p
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 21, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kazuya Inoue Kengo Yokomitsu Tomonari Irie Makoto Matsuyama Masanori Tanaka Source Type: research

The validation and reliability of a Japanese version of the Problematic Online Gaming Questionnaire (POGQ-J)
This study translated the POGQ into Japanese (POGQ-J) and examined the POGQ-J's factor structure, validity, and reliability for a Japanese population.METHOD: A total of 285 undergraduate students (128 males, 157 females, Mage = 19.66, SD = 1.36) participated in this study.RESULTS: A confirmatory factor analysis indicated the appropriateness of the POGQ-J's six-factor structure, χ2(129) = 106.027, p
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 21, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kazuya Inoue Kengo Yokomitsu Tomonari Irie Makoto Matsuyama Masanori Tanaka Source Type: research

The validation and reliability of a Japanese version of the Problematic Online Gaming Questionnaire (POGQ-J)
This study translated the POGQ into Japanese (POGQ-J) and examined the POGQ-J's factor structure, validity, and reliability for a Japanese population.METHOD: A total of 285 undergraduate students (128 males, 157 females, Mage = 19.66, SD = 1.36) participated in this study.RESULTS: A confirmatory factor analysis indicated the appropriateness of the POGQ-J's six-factor structure, χ2(129) = 106.027, p
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 21, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kazuya Inoue Kengo Yokomitsu Tomonari Irie Makoto Matsuyama Masanori Tanaka Source Type: research

The validation and reliability of a Japanese version of the Problematic Online Gaming Questionnaire (POGQ-J)
This study translated the POGQ into Japanese (POGQ-J) and examined the POGQ-J's factor structure, validity, and reliability for a Japanese population.METHOD: A total of 285 undergraduate students (128 males, 157 females, Mage = 19.66, SD = 1.36) participated in this study.RESULTS: A confirmatory factor analysis indicated the appropriateness of the POGQ-J's six-factor structure, χ2(129) = 106.027, p
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 21, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kazuya Inoue Kengo Yokomitsu Tomonari Irie Makoto Matsuyama Masanori Tanaka Source Type: research

The validation and reliability of a Japanese version of the Problematic Online Gaming Questionnaire (POGQ-J)
This study translated the POGQ into Japanese (POGQ-J) and examined the POGQ-J's factor structure, validity, and reliability for a Japanese population.METHOD: A total of 285 undergraduate students (128 males, 157 females, Mage = 19.66, SD = 1.36) participated in this study.RESULTS: A confirmatory factor analysis indicated the appropriateness of the POGQ-J's six-factor structure, χ2(129) = 106.027, p
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 21, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kazuya Inoue Kengo Yokomitsu Tomonari Irie Makoto Matsuyama Masanori Tanaka Source Type: research

The validation and reliability of a Japanese version of the Problematic Online Gaming Questionnaire (POGQ-J)
This study translated the POGQ into Japanese (POGQ-J) and examined the POGQ-J's factor structure, validity, and reliability for a Japanese population.METHOD: A total of 285 undergraduate students (128 males, 157 females, Mage = 19.66, SD = 1.36) participated in this study.RESULTS: A confirmatory factor analysis indicated the appropriateness of the POGQ-J's six-factor structure, χ2(129) = 106.027, p
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 21, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kazuya Inoue Kengo Yokomitsu Tomonari Irie Makoto Matsuyama Masanori Tanaka Source Type: research

Early innovations in opioid use disorder treatment and harm reduction during the COVID-19 pandemic: a scoping review
CONCLUSIONS: The COVID-19 pandemic has posed multiple challenges for PWUOs, while simultaneously accelerating innovations in policies, care models, and technologies to lower thresholds for life-saving treatment and harm reduction services. Such innovations highlight novel patient-centered and feasible approaches to mitigating OUD related harms. Further studies are needed to assess the long-term impact of these approaches and inform policies that improve access to care for PWUOs.PMID:34774106 | PMC:PMC8590133 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00275-1 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 14, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Noa Krawczyk Adetayo Fawole Jenny Yang Babak Tofighi Source Type: research

Early innovations in opioid use disorder treatment and harm reduction during the COVID-19 pandemic: a scoping review
CONCLUSIONS: The COVID-19 pandemic has posed multiple challenges for PWUOs, while simultaneously accelerating innovations in policies, care models, and technologies to lower thresholds for life-saving treatment and harm reduction services. Such innovations highlight novel patient-centered and feasible approaches to mitigating OUD related harms. Further studies are needed to assess the long-term impact of these approaches and inform policies that improve access to care for PWUOs.PMID:34774106 | PMC:PMC8590133 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00275-1 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 14, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Noa Krawczyk Adetayo Fawole Jenny Yang Babak Tofighi Source Type: research

Early innovations in opioid use disorder treatment and harm reduction during the COVID-19 pandemic: a scoping review
CONCLUSIONS: The COVID-19 pandemic has posed multiple challenges for PWUOs, while simultaneously accelerating innovations in policies, care models, and technologies to lower thresholds for life-saving treatment and harm reduction services. Such innovations highlight novel patient-centered and feasible approaches to mitigating OUD related harms. Further studies are needed to assess the long-term impact of these approaches and inform policies that improve access to care for PWUOs.PMID:34774106 | PMC:PMC8590133 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00275-1 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 14, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Noa Krawczyk Adetayo Fawole Jenny Yang Babak Tofighi Source Type: research

Early innovations in opioid use disorder treatment and harm reduction during the COVID-19 pandemic: a scoping review
CONCLUSIONS: The COVID-19 pandemic has posed multiple challenges for PWUOs, while simultaneously accelerating innovations in policies, care models, and technologies to lower thresholds for life-saving treatment and harm reduction services. Such innovations highlight novel patient-centered and feasible approaches to mitigating OUD related harms. Further studies are needed to assess the long-term impact of these approaches and inform policies that improve access to care for PWUOs.PMID:34774106 | PMC:PMC8590133 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00275-1 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 14, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Noa Krawczyk Adetayo Fawole Jenny Yang Babak Tofighi Source Type: research

Early innovations in opioid use disorder treatment and harm reduction during the COVID-19 pandemic: a scoping review
CONCLUSIONS: The COVID-19 pandemic has posed multiple challenges for PWUOs, while simultaneously accelerating innovations in policies, care models, and technologies to lower thresholds for life-saving treatment and harm reduction services. Such innovations highlight novel patient-centered and feasible approaches to mitigating OUD related harms. Further studies are needed to assess the long-term impact of these approaches and inform policies that improve access to care for PWUOs.PMID:34774106 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00275-1 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 14, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Noa Krawczyk Adetayo Fawole Jenny Yang Babak Tofighi Source Type: research

Feasibility and acceptability of electronic administration of patient reported outcomes using mHealth platform in emergency department patients with non-medical opioid use
CONCLUSIONS: ED patients with OUD were willing to share electronic health information and PROs, although implementation challenges were common, and more than half of participants were lost-to-follow-up after hospital discharge at 30 days. Efforts to streamline communication and remove barriers to engagement are needed to improve the collection of PROs and pathways of care in ED patients with OUD. Clinical Trial Registration ClinicalTrials.gov (NCT03985163). Date of Registration: June 10, 2019, Retrospectively registered (First enrollment June 8, 2019). https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/record/NCT03985163.PMID:34758881 | ...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 11, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kathryn Hawk Caitlin Malicki Jeremiah Kinsman Gail D'Onofrio Andrew Taylor Arjun Venkatesh Source Type: research

Perspectives on extended-release naltrexone induction among patients living with HIV and opioid use disorder: a qualitative analysis
CONCLUSIONS: The results highlight opportunities to improve initiation of XR-NTX in high-need groups. Addressing expectations regarding induction may enhance XR-NTX initiation rates. Trial Registration ClinicalTrials.gov: NCT03275350. Registered September 7, 2017. https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03275350?term=extended+release+naltrexone&cond=Opioid+Use .PMID:34758887 | PMC:PMC8579672 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00277-z (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 11, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kim A Hoffman Robin Baker Laura C Fanucchi Paula J Lum Lynn E Kunkel Javier Ponce Terashima Dennis McCarty Petra Jacobs P Todd Korthuis Source Type: research

Feasibility and acceptability of electronic administration of patient reported outcomes using mHealth platform in emergency department patients with non-medical opioid use
CONCLUSIONS: ED patients with OUD were willing to share electronic health information and PROs, although implementation challenges were common, and more than half of participants were lost-to-follow-up after hospital discharge at 30 days. Efforts to streamline communication and remove barriers to engagement are needed to improve the collection of PROs and pathways of care in ED patients with OUD. Clinical Trial Registration ClinicalTrials.gov (NCT03985163). Date of Registration: June 10, 2019, Retrospectively registered (First enrollment June 8, 2019). https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/record/NCT03985163.PMID:34758881 | ...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 11, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kathryn Hawk Caitlin Malicki Jeremiah Kinsman Gail D'Onofrio Andrew Taylor Arjun Venkatesh Source Type: research

Perspectives on extended-release naltrexone induction among patients living with HIV and opioid use disorder: a qualitative analysis
CONCLUSIONS: The results highlight opportunities to improve initiation of XR-NTX in high-need groups. Addressing expectations regarding induction may enhance XR-NTX initiation rates. Trial Registration ClinicalTrials.gov: NCT03275350. Registered September 7, 2017. https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03275350?term=extended+release+naltrexone&cond=Opioid+Use .PMID:34758887 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00277-z (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 11, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kim A Hoffman Robin Baker Laura C Fanucchi Paula J Lum Lynn E Kunkel Javier Ponce Terashima Dennis McCarty Petra Jacobs P Todd Korthuis Source Type: research

Feasibility and acceptability of electronic administration of patient reported outcomes using mHealth platform in emergency department patients with non-medical opioid use
CONCLUSIONS: ED patients with OUD were willing to share electronic health information and PROs, although implementation challenges were common, and more than half of participants were lost-to-follow-up after hospital discharge at 30 days. Efforts to streamline communication and remove barriers to engagement are needed to improve the collection of PROs and pathways of care in ED patients with OUD. Clinical Trial Registration ClinicalTrials.gov (NCT03985163). Date of Registration: June 10, 2019, Retrospectively registered (First enrollment June 8, 2019). https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/record/NCT03985163.PMID:34758881 | ...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 11, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kathryn Hawk Caitlin Malicki Jeremiah Kinsman Gail D'Onofrio Andrew Taylor Arjun Venkatesh Source Type: research

Perspectives on extended-release naltrexone induction among patients living with HIV and opioid use disorder: a qualitative analysis
CONCLUSIONS: The results highlight opportunities to improve initiation of XR-NTX in high-need groups. Addressing expectations regarding induction may enhance XR-NTX initiation rates. Trial Registration ClinicalTrials.gov: NCT03275350. Registered September 7, 2017. https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03275350?term=extended+release+naltrexone&cond=Opioid+Use .PMID:34758887 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00277-z (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 11, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kim A Hoffman Robin Baker Laura C Fanucchi Paula J Lum Lynn E Kunkel Javier Ponce Terashima Dennis McCarty Petra Jacobs P Todd Korthuis Source Type: research

Feasibility and acceptability of electronic administration of patient reported outcomes using mHealth platform in emergency department patients with non-medical opioid use
CONCLUSIONS: ED patients with OUD were willing to share electronic health information and PROs, although implementation challenges were common, and more than half of participants were lost-to-follow-up after hospital discharge at 30 days. Efforts to streamline communication and remove barriers to engagement are needed to improve the collection of PROs and pathways of care in ED patients with OUD. Clinical Trial Registration ClinicalTrials.gov (NCT03985163). Date of Registration: June 10, 2019, Retrospectively registered (First enrollment June 8, 2019). https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/record/NCT03985163.PMID:34758881 | ...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 11, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kathryn Hawk Caitlin Malicki Jeremiah Kinsman Gail D'Onofrio Andrew Taylor Arjun Venkatesh Source Type: research

Perspectives on extended-release naltrexone induction among patients living with HIV and opioid use disorder: a qualitative analysis
CONCLUSIONS: The results highlight opportunities to improve initiation of XR-NTX in high-need groups. Addressing expectations regarding induction may enhance XR-NTX initiation rates. Trial Registration ClinicalTrials.gov: NCT03275350. Registered September 7, 2017. https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03275350?term=extended+release+naltrexone&cond=Opioid+Use .PMID:34758887 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00277-z (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - November 11, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Kim A Hoffman Robin Baker Laura C Fanucchi Paula J Lum Lynn E Kunkel Javier Ponce Terashima Dennis McCarty Petra Jacobs P Todd Korthuis Source Type: research

Alcohol dependence in a community sample of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: harms, getting help and awareness of local treatments
CONCLUSIONS: More support and funding is needed for Indigenous Australians to ensure local treatment options for dependent drinkers are readily available, appropriate and accessible. Involvement of local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander health professionals in delivery of care can help ensure that it is appropriate to an individual's culture and context.PMID:34715909 | PMC:PMC8555222 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00274-2 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 30, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Teagan J Weatherall James H Conigrave Katherine M Conigrave Jimmy Perry Scott Wilson Robin Room Tanya Chikritzhs K S Kylie Lee Source Type: research

Alcohol dependence in a community sample of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: harms, getting help and awareness of local treatments
CONCLUSIONS: More support and funding is needed for Indigenous Australians to ensure local treatment options for dependent drinkers are readily available, appropriate and accessible. Involvement of local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander health professionals in delivery of care can help ensure that it is appropriate to an individual's culture and context.PMID:34715909 | PMC:PMC8555222 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00274-2 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 30, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Teagan J Weatherall James H Conigrave Katherine M Conigrave Jimmy Perry Scott Wilson Robin Room Tanya Chikritzhs K S Kylie Lee Source Type: research

Alcohol dependence in a community sample of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: harms, getting help and awareness of local treatments
CONCLUSIONS: More support and funding is needed for Indigenous Australians to ensure local treatment options for dependent drinkers are readily available, appropriate and accessible. Involvement of local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander health professionals in delivery of care can help ensure that it is appropriate to an individual's culture and context.PMID:34715909 | PMC:PMC8555222 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00274-2 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 30, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Teagan J Weatherall James H Conigrave Katherine M Conigrave Jimmy Perry Scott Wilson Robin Room Tanya Chikritzhs K S Kylie Lee Source Type: research

Alcohol dependence in a community sample of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: harms, getting help and awareness of local treatments
CONCLUSIONS: More support and funding is needed for Indigenous Australians to ensure local treatment options for dependent drinkers are readily available, appropriate and accessible. Involvement of local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander health professionals in delivery of care can help ensure that it is appropriate to an individual's culture and context.PMID:34715909 | PMC:PMC8555222 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00274-2 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 30, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Teagan J Weatherall James H Conigrave Katherine M Conigrave Jimmy Perry Scott Wilson Robin Room Tanya Chikritzhs K S Kylie Lee Source Type: research

Alcohol dependence in a community sample of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: harms, getting help and awareness of local treatments
CONCLUSIONS: More support and funding is needed for Indigenous Australians to ensure local treatment options for dependent drinkers are readily available, appropriate and accessible. Involvement of local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander health professionals in delivery of care can help ensure that it is appropriate to an individual's culture and context.PMID:34715909 | PMC:PMC8555222 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00274-2 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 30, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Teagan J Weatherall James H Conigrave Katherine M Conigrave Jimmy Perry Scott Wilson Robin Room Tanya Chikritzhs K S Kylie Lee Source Type: research

Alcohol dependence in a community sample of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: harms, getting help and awareness of local treatments
CONCLUSIONS: More support and funding is needed for Indigenous Australians to ensure local treatment options for dependent drinkers are readily available, appropriate and accessible. Involvement of local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander health professionals in delivery of care can help ensure that it is appropriate to an individual's culture and context.PMID:34715909 | PMC:PMC8555222 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00274-2 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 30, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Teagan J Weatherall James H Conigrave Katherine M Conigrave Jimmy Perry Scott Wilson Robin Room Tanya Chikritzhs K S Kylie Lee Source Type: research

Alcohol dependence in a community sample of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: harms, getting help and awareness of local treatments
CONCLUSIONS: More support and funding is needed for Indigenous Australians to ensure local treatment options for dependent drinkers are readily available, appropriate and accessible. Involvement of local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander health professionals in delivery of care can help ensure that it is appropriate to an individual's culture and context.PMID:34715909 | PMC:PMC8555222 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00274-2 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 30, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Teagan J Weatherall James H Conigrave Katherine M Conigrave Jimmy Perry Scott Wilson Robin Room Tanya Chikritzhs K S Kylie Lee Source Type: research

Alcohol dependence in a community sample of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: harms, getting help and awareness of local treatments
CONCLUSIONS: More support and funding is needed for Indigenous Australians to ensure local treatment options for dependent drinkers are readily available, appropriate and accessible. Involvement of local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander health professionals in delivery of care can help ensure that it is appropriate to an individual's culture and context.PMID:34715909 | PMC:PMC8555222 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00274-2 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 30, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Teagan J Weatherall James H Conigrave Katherine M Conigrave Jimmy Perry Scott Wilson Robin Room Tanya Chikritzhs K S Kylie Lee Source Type: research

Alcohol dependence in a community sample of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: harms, getting help and awareness of local treatments
CONCLUSIONS: More support and funding is needed for Indigenous Australians to ensure local treatment options for dependent drinkers are readily available, appropriate and accessible. Involvement of local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander health professionals in delivery of care can help ensure that it is appropriate to an individual's culture and context.PMID:34715909 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00274-2 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 30, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Teagan J Weatherall James H Conigrave Katherine M Conigrave Jimmy Perry Scott Wilson Robin Room Tanya Chikritzhs K S Kylie Lee Source Type: research

Neurocognitive, psychiatric, and substance use characteristics in a diverse sample of persons with OUD who are starting methadone or buprenorphine/naloxone in opioid treatment programs
CONCLUSIONS: Learning and memory impairment are highly prevalent in persons with OUD starting treatment with either methadone or buprenorphine/naloxone in OTPs. Depression and comorbid substance use are prevalent among these individuals, but neither impact learning or memory. However, depression is associated with neurocognitive impairment in other domains. These findings might allow clinicians to help persons with OUD starting OAT to develop compensatory strategies for learning and memory, while providing adjunctive treatment for depression. Trial Registration NCT, NCT01733693. Registered November 4, 2012, https://clinica...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 25, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Travis M Scott Julia Arnsten James Patrick Olsen Franchesca Arias Chinazo O Cunningham Monica Rivera Mindt Source Type: research

Neurocognitive, psychiatric, and substance use characteristics in a diverse sample of persons with OUD who are starting methadone or buprenorphine/naloxone in opioid treatment programs
CONCLUSIONS: Learning and memory impairment are highly prevalent in persons with OUD starting treatment with either methadone or buprenorphine/naloxone in OTPs. Depression and comorbid substance use are prevalent among these individuals, but neither impact learning or memory. However, depression is associated with neurocognitive impairment in other domains. These findings might allow clinicians to help persons with OUD starting OAT to develop compensatory strategies for learning and memory, while providing adjunctive treatment for depression. Trial Registration NCT, NCT01733693. Registered November 4, 2012, https://clinica...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 25, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Travis M Scott Julia Arnsten James Patrick Olsen Franchesca Arias Chinazo O Cunningham Monica Rivera Mindt Source Type: research

Neurocognitive, psychiatric, and substance use characteristics in a diverse sample of persons with OUD who are starting methadone or buprenorphine/naloxone in opioid treatment programs
CONCLUSIONS: Learning and memory impairment are highly prevalent in persons with OUD starting treatment with either methadone or buprenorphine/naloxone in OTPs. Depression and comorbid substance use are prevalent among these individuals, but neither impact learning or memory. However, depression is associated with neurocognitive impairment in other domains. These findings might allow clinicians to help persons with OUD starting OAT to develop compensatory strategies for learning and memory, while providing adjunctive treatment for depression. Trial Registration NCT, NCT01733693. Registered November 4, 2012, https://clinica...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 25, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Travis M Scott Julia Arnsten James Patrick Olsen Franchesca Arias Chinazo O Cunningham Monica Rivera Mindt Source Type: research

Neurocognitive, psychiatric, and substance use characteristics in a diverse sample of persons with OUD who are starting methadone or buprenorphine/naloxone in opioid treatment programs
CONCLUSIONS: Learning and memory impairment are highly prevalent in persons with OUD starting treatment with either methadone or buprenorphine/naloxone in OTPs. Depression and comorbid substance use are prevalent among these individuals, but neither impact learning or memory. However, depression is associated with neurocognitive impairment in other domains. These findings might allow clinicians to help persons with OUD starting OAT to develop compensatory strategies for learning and memory, while providing adjunctive treatment for depression. Trial Registration NCT, NCT01733693. Registered November 4, 2012, https://clinica...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 25, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Travis M Scott Julia Arnsten James Patrick Olsen Franchesca Arias Chinazo O Cunningham Monica Rivera Mindt Source Type: research

Neurocognitive, psychiatric, and substance use characteristics in a diverse sample of persons with OUD who are starting methadone or buprenorphine/naloxone in opioid treatment programs
CONCLUSIONS: Learning and memory impairment are highly prevalent in persons with OUD starting treatment with either methadone or buprenorphine/naloxone in OTPs. Depression and comorbid substance use are prevalent among these individuals, but neither impact learning or memory. However, depression is associated with neurocognitive impairment in other domains. These findings might allow clinicians to help persons with OUD starting OAT to develop compensatory strategies for learning and memory, while providing adjunctive treatment for depression. Trial Registration NCT, NCT01733693. Registered November 4, 2012, https://clinica...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 25, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Travis M Scott Julia Arnsten James Patrick Olsen Franchesca Arias Chinazo O Cunningham Monica Rivera Mindt Source Type: research

Addressing complex pharmacy consultations: methods used to develop a person-centred intervention to highlight alcohol within pharmacist reviews of medications
CONCLUSIONS: Alcohol interventions are complex and require careful developmental research. This can be a messy enterprise, which can nonetheless shed new insights into the challenges involved in optimising interventions, and how to meet them, if embraced with an attitude of openness to learning. We found that exposing our own research plans to scrutiny resulted in changes to the intervention design that gained the confidence of different stakeholders. Our understanding of the methods used, and their consequences, may be bounded by the person-centred nature of this particular intervention.PMID:34656171 | PMC:PMC8520232 | DO...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 17, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Jim McCambridge Karl Atkin Ranjita Dhital Brent Foster Brendan Gough Mary Madden Stephanie Morris Ronan O'Carroll Margaret Ogden Anne Van Dongen Sue White Cate Whittlesea Duncan Stewart Source Type: research

Addressing complex pharmacy consultations: methods used to develop a person-centred intervention to highlight alcohol within pharmacist reviews of medications
CONCLUSIONS: Alcohol interventions are complex and require careful developmental research. This can be a messy enterprise, which can nonetheless shed new insights into the challenges involved in optimising interventions, and how to meet them, if embraced with an attitude of openness to learning. We found that exposing our own research plans to scrutiny resulted in changes to the intervention design that gained the confidence of different stakeholders. Our understanding of the methods used, and their consequences, may be bounded by the person-centred nature of this particular intervention.PMID:34656171 | PMC:PMC8520232 | DO...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 17, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Jim McCambridge Karl Atkin Ranjita Dhital Brent Foster Brendan Gough Mary Madden Stephanie Morris Ronan O'Carroll Margaret Ogden Anne Van Dongen Sue White Cate Whittlesea Duncan Stewart Source Type: research

Addressing complex pharmacy consultations: methods used to develop a person-centred intervention to highlight alcohol within pharmacist reviews of medications
CONCLUSIONS: Alcohol interventions are complex and require careful developmental research. This can be a messy enterprise, which can nonetheless shed new insights into the challenges involved in optimising interventions, and how to meet them, if embraced with an attitude of openness to learning. We found that exposing our own research plans to scrutiny resulted in changes to the intervention design that gained the confidence of different stakeholders. Our understanding of the methods used, and their consequences, may be bounded by the person-centred nature of this particular intervention.PMID:34656171 | PMC:PMC8520232 | DO...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 17, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Jim McCambridge Karl Atkin Ranjita Dhital Brent Foster Brendan Gough Mary Madden Stephanie Morris Ronan O'Carroll Margaret Ogden Anne Van Dongen Sue White Cate Whittlesea Duncan Stewart Source Type: research

Addressing complex pharmacy consultations: methods used to develop a person-centred intervention to highlight alcohol within pharmacist reviews of medications
CONCLUSIONS: Alcohol interventions are complex and require careful developmental research. This can be a messy enterprise, which can nonetheless shed new insights into the challenges involved in optimising interventions, and how to meet them, if embraced with an attitude of openness to learning. We found that exposing our own research plans to scrutiny resulted in changes to the intervention design that gained the confidence of different stakeholders. Our understanding of the methods used, and their consequences, may be bounded by the person-centred nature of this particular intervention.PMID:34656171 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 17, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Jim McCambridge Karl Atkin Ranjita Dhital Brent Foster Brendan Gough Mary Madden Stephanie Morris Ronan O'Carroll Margaret Ogden Anne Van Dongen Sue White Cate Whittlesea Duncan Stewart Source Type: research

Addressing complex pharmacy consultations: methods used to develop a person-centred intervention to highlight alcohol within pharmacist reviews of medications
CONCLUSIONS: Alcohol interventions are complex and require careful developmental research. This can be a messy enterprise, which can nonetheless shed new insights into the challenges involved in optimising interventions, and how to meet them, if embraced with an attitude of openness to learning. We found that exposing our own research plans to scrutiny resulted in changes to the intervention design that gained the confidence of different stakeholders. Our understanding of the methods used, and their consequences, may be bounded by the person-centred nature of this particular intervention.PMID:34656171 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 17, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Jim McCambridge Karl Atkin Ranjita Dhital Brent Foster Brendan Gough Mary Madden Stephanie Morris Ronan O'Carroll Margaret Ogden Anne Van Dongen Sue White Cate Whittlesea Duncan Stewart Source Type: research

Addressing complex pharmacy consultations: methods used to develop a person-centred intervention to highlight alcohol within pharmacist reviews of medications
CONCLUSIONS: Alcohol interventions are complex and require careful developmental research. This can be a messy enterprise, which can nonetheless shed new insights into the challenges involved in optimising interventions, and how to meet them, if embraced with an attitude of openness to learning. We found that exposing our own research plans to scrutiny resulted in changes to the intervention design that gained the confidence of different stakeholders. Our understanding of the methods used, and their consequences, may be bounded by the person-centred nature of this particular intervention.PMID:34656171 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 17, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Jim McCambridge Karl Atkin Ranjita Dhital Brent Foster Brendan Gough Mary Madden Stephanie Morris Ronan O'Carroll Margaret Ogden Anne Van Dongen Sue White Cate Whittlesea Duncan Stewart Source Type: research

The impact of methamphetamine/amphetamine use on receipt and outcomes of medications for opioid use disorder: a systematic review
CONCLUSIONS: Overall, existing research suggests people who use methamphetamine/amphetamines may have lower receipt of MOUD, retention in MOUD, and opioid abstinence during MOUD. Future research should examine how specific policies and treatment models impact MOUD outcomes for these patients, and seek to understand the perspectives of MOUD providers and people who use both opioids and methamphetamine/amphetamines. Efforts to improve MOUD care and overdose prevention strategies are needed for this population.PMID:34635170 | PMC:PMC8504567 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00266-2 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 12, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Madeline C Frost Hannah Lampert Judith I Tsui Matthew D Iles-Shih Emily C Williams Source Type: research

Project MIMIC (Maximizing Implementation of Motivational Incentives in Clinics): A cluster-randomized type 3 hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial
DISCUSSION: There is urgent public health need to improve the implementation of CM as an adjunct to medication for opioid use disorder. Consistent with its hybrid type 3 design, Project MIMIC is advancing implementation science by comparing impacts of these two multifaceted strategies on both implementation and patient outcomes, and by examining the extent to which the impacts of those strategies can be explained by putative mediators.TRIAL REGISTRATION: This clinical trial has been registered with clinicaltrials.gov (NCT03931174). Registered April 30, 2019. https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03931174?term=project+mimi...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 12, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Sara J Becker Cara M Murphy Bryan Hartzler Carla J Rash Tim Janssen Mat Roosa Lynn M Madden Bryan R Garner Source Type: research

The impact of methamphetamine/amphetamine use on receipt and outcomes of medications for opioid use disorder: a systematic review
CONCLUSIONS: Overall, existing research suggests people who use methamphetamine/amphetamines may have lower receipt of MOUD, retention in MOUD, and opioid abstinence during MOUD. Future research should examine how specific policies and treatment models impact MOUD outcomes for these patients, and seek to understand the perspectives of MOUD providers and people who use both opioids and methamphetamine/amphetamines. Efforts to improve MOUD care and overdose prevention strategies are needed for this population.PMID:34635170 | PMC:PMC8504567 | DOI:10.1186/s13722-021-00266-2 (Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice)
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 12, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Madeline C Frost Hannah Lampert Judith I Tsui Matthew D Iles-Shih Emily C Williams Source Type: research

Project MIMIC (Maximizing Implementation of Motivational Incentives in Clinics): A cluster-randomized type 3 hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial
DISCUSSION: There is urgent public health need to improve the implementation of CM as an adjunct to medication for opioid use disorder. Consistent with its hybrid type 3 design, Project MIMIC is advancing implementation science by comparing impacts of these two multifaceted strategies on both implementation and patient outcomes, and by examining the extent to which the impacts of those strategies can be explained by putative mediators.TRIAL REGISTRATION: This clinical trial has been registered with clinicaltrials.gov (NCT03931174). Registered April 30, 2019. https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03931174?term=project+mimi...
Source: Addiction Science and Clinical Practice - October 12, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Sara J Becker Cara M Murphy Bryan Hartzler Carla J Rash Tim Janssen Mat Roosa Lynn M Madden Bryan R Garner Source Type: research